New email phishing chip & PIN scam: don’t bite. Remember the credit cards you recently had to get replaced for chip-and-PIN-enabled ones? While the new cards you got in the mail are still safer than the old ones you (hopefully) shredded, some thieves have caught up. Here’s how to keep your information safe. Email phishing… Email phishing has been part of the identity theft and fraud playbook for some time. You’ll get an official-looking email…"New email phishing chip & PIN scam: don’t bite."
I’m sort of known as the app queen. I love looking for apps that promise to keep you organized (even though it’s difficult to help an already organized person.) It’s an obsession, and one that can get you into more trouble than you bargained for – if you don’t protect yourself. There are loads of viruses and other maladies out there, so, before you download, put these practical protection practices in place from Transunion. Apps…"3 precautions to take in the app store"
It is important to remember that your phone isn’t just a phone, it’s a computer and should be utilized as such. Our phones are such amazing little creatures and can help us stay organized. Do you use Wunderlist? What is your take on it?"Technology Thursday – Wunderlist"